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CNN
Jan 11, 2013 1:00am EST
legally by somebody without a criminal record who then turns around and sells them on the streets. don owns illinois gun works and said a straw purchase can be tough to stop. >> they don't come in with a neon sign saying i'm going to buy for somebody else. you don't know that. i can't read your mind. >> you can go to a gun shop and buy ten guns and there is no trail after that. >> chicago police superintendent gary mccarthy think a proposed law requiring people to report when a gun is lost, stolen or sold will help stop straw purchases because as it stands now, it's easy for people to get away with it. if i were to buy this gun and then go out and sell it to somebody out on the street and that gun was later used in a crime, they would trace that gun back to me, but all i would have to do is lie and say somebody stole it. undercurrent state law, i would likely be off the hook. >> richard pearson is the illinois rifle association against the proposed law and think superintendent mccarthy is trying to erode the rights of gun owners. >> we feel that the people like feinstein are trying to
CNN
Jan 10, 2013 8:00pm EST
and sells them on the street. don owns illinois kngun works. he says a straw purchase can be hard to stop. >> it's not like they come into the store with a neon sign saying, hey, i'm going to buy it for somebody else. you don't know that. i can't read your mind. >> you can go into a gun shop, buy ten nine millimeters and there's no trail after that. >> gary mccarthy thinks a proposed loll requiring people to report when a gun is lost, stolen, or sold will help stop straw purchases because as it stands now, it's easy for people to get away with it. if i were to buy this gun and then go out and sell it to somebody out on the street and that gun was later used in a crime, they would trace that gun back to me, but all i would have to do is lie and say that somebody stole it. and under current illinois state law, i would likely be off the hook. richard pearson is the executive director of the illinois rifle association. he's against the proposed law and thinks superintendent mccarthy is trying to erode the rights of gun owners. >> we feel the people in the city of chicago are really just
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)